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After a nearly 8-year break, David Lapham, Image Comics bringing 'Stray Bullets' back in March

In this cover image released by Image Comics, shown is David Lapham's "Stray Bullets" which is returning to comic shelves in March 2014 with issue No. 41 to conclude the series, but is also being followed by a sequel "Stray Bullets: Killers" and omnibus collecting the entire first series in print and digital formats, too. Image Comics is publishing the three books, marking Lapham's return to his critically acclaimed characters after a nearly eight-year hiatus. (AP Photo/Image Comics)
December 17, 2013 - 9:16 AM

Nearly eight years after its last issue, "Stray Bullets" is headed back to comic shops with a final issue, a new sequel and a one-shot omnibus collecting all 41 issues of the seminal title created by writer and artist David Lapham.

Image Comics, home to "The Walking Dead" and other creator-owned titles, says the series' return is set for March. Lapham, who has been writing other comics in the interim, calls it the right time to bring the story to audiences old and new.

The title, he says, has "always been home to me," and during the time off, he's sparked new ideas for the series that sees him not just wrap its first, complete arc, but move on to "Stray Bullets: Killers."

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